Poker Coverage: Poker Legislation Poker Tournaments U.S. Poker Markets Sports Betting

Card Player Poker Tour Atlantis In Reno, Nevada Will Feature A 20-Tournament Series

Main Event Boasts $125,000 Guarantee

Print-icon
 

Atlantis Casino Resort SpaPlayers in the Reno, Nevada area will have a chance to earn their share of big tournament payouts in late March when the Card Player Poker Tour makes its stop at the Atlantis Casino Resort Spa.

The luxury hotel and casino will host a 20-tournament series Mar. 21-30 with satellites beginning on Mar. 20. The highlight of the series will be the $1,100 no-limit hold’em $125,000 guarantee main event, a three-day tournament which will begin Mar. 28.

Players looking for variations on no-limit hold’em tournaments will have plenty of options to chose from as the schedule includes survivor, bounty and mega-stack tournaments. In addition, players can test their skills in non-no-limit hold’em tournaments like limit hold’em and Omaha eight-or-better events.

Aside from the main event, two other tournaments will offer guaranteed prize pools such as a $340 no-limit hold’em with a $50,000 guarantee and a $550 no-limit hold’em with a $40,000 guarantee.

Satellites for as low at $40+$5 and up to $100+$20 will be offered for the main event and the $340 and $550 no-limit hold’em tournaments.

Atlantis Casino Resort Spa is a luxurious AAA Four Diamond resort with unparalleled amenities, award-winning dining, a world-class spa and action-packed gaming. The poker room offers the region’s best games, tournaments and promotions with table side dining, a self-service soup and beverage bar, and flat screen televisions visible from every table.

It will be the CPPT’s second stop at Atlantis. In March of 2013, John Miner earned a $45,153 pay-day when he won the $1,080 no-limit hold’em main event.

CPPT Atlantis 2013 Final Table Results

1. John Miner – $45,153
2. Jerry Morrell – $45,153
3. Jeffrey Spruitenburg – $21,195
4. Ralph Kingan – $14,928
5. Billy Lee – $11,519
6. Tanya Kirk – $8,754
7. Dustin Fox – $6,819
8. Matt Kramer – $5,068
9. Steven Michaelis – $3,594

Card Player Poker Tour Atlantis Casino Resort Spa Schedule

Date Event Buy-In Guarantee
3/20/14 Mega-Satellite to $340 No-Limit Hold’em $40+$10
3/20/14 Mega-Satellite to $340 No-Limit Hold’em $40+$10
3/21/14 No-Limit Hold’em (1A) $300+$40 $50,000
3/21/14 Super Satellite to $340 No-Limit Hold’em $40+$5
3/21/14 No-Limit Hold’em Survivor $100+$20
3/22/14 No-Limit Hold’em (1B) $300+$40 $50,000
3/22/14 Omaha Hi-Lo $100+$20
3/22/14 No-Limit Hold’em Survivor $100+$20
3/23/14 No-Limit Hold’em Black Chip Bounty ($100) $300+$40
3/23/14 No-Limit Hold’em (2) $300+$40 $50,000
3/23/14 Limit Hold’em Survivor $100+$20
3/23/14 No-Limit Hold’em Survivor $100+$20
3/24/14 No-Limit Hold’em Six-Max $200+$30
3/24/14 No-Limit Hold’em Win the Button $200+$30
3/24/14 No-Limit Hold’em Survivor $100+$20
3/25/14 No-Limit Hold’em Mega-Stack Survivor $200+$30
3/25/14 Super Satellite to $550 No-Limit Hold’em $60+$10
3/25/14 No-Limit Hold’em Survivor $100+$20
3/26/14 No-Limit Hold’em Mega-Stack Survivor $200+$30
3/26/14 Super Satellite to $550 No-Limit Hold’em $60+$10
3/26/14 No-Limit Hold’em Survivor $100+$20
3/27/14 Turbo Satellite to $550 No-Limit Hold’em $60+$10
3/27/14 No-Limit Hold’em $500+$50 $40,000
3/27/14 Mega-Satellite to $1,100 Main Event $100+$20
3/27/14 Mega-Satellite to $1,100 Main Event $100+$20
3/28/14 Turbo-Mega Satellite to $1,100 Main Event $100+$20
3/28/14 No-Limit Hold’em Main Event (1A) $1,000+$80+$20 $125,000
3/28/14 Super Satellite to $1,100 Main Event $100+$20
3/28/14 Super Satellite to $1,100 Main Event w/ $100 Re-buys $100+$20
3/29/14 Mega-Satellite to $1,100 Main Event $100+$20
3/29/14 No-Limit Hold’em Main Event (1B) $1,000+$80+$20 $125,000
3/29/14 No-Limit Hold’em Survivor $100+$20
3/30/14 Mega-Stack No Limit Hold’em $200+$30
3/30/14 No-Limit Hold’em Main Event (2) $1,000+$80+$20 $125,000
3/30/14 No-Limit Hold’em Mini-Main Turbo $100+$20

The Card Player Poker Tour (CPPT) is a series of live poker tournaments started by Card Player Media, publishers of the preeminent poker magazine Card Player, and poker web portal CardPlayer.com. The tour features live web broadcasting of its final table events, as well as a players’ points system. For more information click here.